The Calvary Cross Botanica
Cults of the Dead and Death
Ixaxaar Occult

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Ixaxaar Occult Literature, Finnish purveyors of all things occult and to do with Satan, Qayin, Cults of the Dead and Death, and everything witchcraft has been featured on CVLT Nation before, in a post Braydon did about Liber Falxifer I: The Book Of The Left Handed Reaper. Their literature covers a broad range of subjects pertaining to the occult, but they also run The Calvary Cross Botanica, a “shop” of sorts where one can purchase fetishes and statuary for ceremonies involving Brujeria, the Cult of Qayin, Quimbanda and Magia Negra. All of the items for sale are certified by their team of witches and socerers, and some are even handcrafted by Brujo and Bruja Pactada in places like Guatemala or Bolivia. These items are not only real, and not to be handled by the inexperienced, but they are also beautiful in their construction, a perfect example of beauty in darkness and magick. After the jump, read The Calvary Cross Botanica’s mission statement, and check out a gallery of their fetishes, statues, rosaries and more…

“The Calvary Cross Botanica offers a great variety of services and products related to different forms of Traditional Witchcraft and Folk-Magical practices, with focus upon that which has been labelled as “Necrosophic Sorcery” and the Cult of the Lord of Death/Señor la Muerte.

As initiates of the Cults of the Dead and Death we hope to be able to provide services to the faithful that otherwise would be very hard to obtain without initiatory access into certain esoteric traditions.

Our work is mainly connected to the Sorcerous Cult of Señor La Muerte and explores and presents both the outer and inner aspects of the spiritual and magical workings done in the name of the Great Saint of Death. We work within two separate but intersecting lines emanating from the Cult of the Lord of Death; one is the folk-magical path of Brujeria traced back to Argentina and the other one is an esoteric aspect of the work with roots stretching back to Qayinite Traditions and the medieval Black Arts of the Grimoires.

The Calvary Cross Botanica will, in time, offer to our clients hand carved and fully consecrated Payé bone talismans of the Lord of Death, amulets, rosaries, altar statues, magical fetishes, ritually harvested herbs and woods, magical oils, powders, incense blends and some other much sought after and esoteric products.

We will also provide services such as candle burning rituals, readings/divinations, necromancy services, separation rituals, bindings, cleansings, love rituals, money conjure, court and law related magical workings and much more.

Our sorcerers and witches have all experiences from many different necromantic traditions, but within the work presented and offered through the Calvary Cross Botanica the Left Paths of the magic of Señor la Muerte, as outlined within the teachings of the Cult of Falxifer, will be emphasized, but there will also be possibility to acquire services connected to some other related lines of practices.

Among the secondary Paths that some of our services will be linked to are the Mexican veneration of the Santisima Muerte and workings connected to the Holy Soul of Jesus Malverde, but also products connected to lesser souls and spirits, such as the Restless Dead and the Anima Sola will be offered.

In contrast to other Botanicas our work will be individually custom-made and fully consecrated according to the relevant Traditions. The price of the products and services will therefore reflect this, as authentic work within these traditions is often both hazardous and costly, since all spirits and deities involved demand offerings and sacrifices in return for their aid in both blessing and bane.”

Meghan

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation webzine and clothing alongside her husband Sean.